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Leupold GX-3i2 Golf Rangefinder Review:-
Summary of Major Specs:-
• Magnification- 6x
• Objective Aperture- 22mm
• Line of Sight Distance- Yes
• DNA – Digitally Enhanced Accuracy- Yes
• Prism Lock- Yes
• Pinhunter- Yes Pinhunter 2
• Fog Mode- Yes
• Quick Set Menu- Yes
• Yards/Meters- Yes
• Waterproof- Yes
• Club Selector- No
• USGA Legal – under section 14-3- Yes
• Weight- 7.8oz
• Dimensions- 3.8×3.0×1.4in
• Display- OLED -red
• Body Material- Aerospace Grade Aluminum
• Selectable Aiming Reticles- 3
• Reflective Target/Prism Range- 800yrd/731m
• Pin Maximum Range- 450yrds/411m
• Battery Life- More than 6k Actuations
• Warranty- 2 year
What We Like:
Ease of Use & Set Up:-
Insert battery, push button, get yardage. It couldn’t be easier.
It is so simple that everybody can just use it around the golf course.
Accuracy & Performance:-
Let’s start with what’s new: PinHunter 2 technology. PinHunter 2 is designed to make it easier to lock on to a flag stick, even for those with shaky hands. This has long been one of the main concerns about laser rangefinders — golfers’ inability to hold the laser steady — but PinHunter 2 eliminates it. Even when I used my left hand or tried to exaggerate my shakiness, the GX-3i2 locked in on the flag immediately.
The “old” features that made the GX-3 and GX-3i great are all still here. We’ll start with the construction. The GX-3i2 weighs less than 8 ounces and fits easily in the palm of your hand. It’s made of aerospace-grade aluminum and feels sturdier than any other laser on the market. It’s also weatherproof, so you don’t have to baby it in the rain.
The GX-3i2 is also ridiculously fast. You will see a yardage displayed on screen almost before you’re done pushing the button. If you have that friend who complains that lasers slow down play and you want to shut them up, show them the GX-3i2.
Finally, the most noticeable difference between the Leupold GX-3i2 and lasers made by other companies is the display. Leupold uses an OLED display that shows the reticle and yardage in red as opposed to grey. This is much easier to see, particularly in early morning or twilight conditions.
Of course, all this is irrelevant if it isn’t accurate…but it is. Deadly accurate. It gives you distances to the tenth of a yard. Let me put it this way: when the US military needs accurate optics, they trust Leupold. You should too.
If you want a laser rangefinder, the discussion starts and stops with Leupold. Quality, accuracy, durability, ease of use…their lasers simply have everything that you could want. With the addition on PinHunter 2, which makes it easier than ever to lock in on the flag, there’s no reason for any player to guess about their yardages.
The choice for your golf rangefinder is definitely the Leupolx GX-3i2
End of the Leupold GX-3i2 golf rangefinder reviews.
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Post time: Sep-05-2017